Google has launched a website dedicated to COVID-19. It contains a wealth of information and resources all about the illness, giving everyone a one-stop shop to visit when they want to learn more about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus. With COVID-19 spreading around the world, controlling the flow of information about the illness is a challenge.
If you’re new to remote working or trying to figure out how to work from home, the internet has your back. These tips, tools, and articles will help you be productive from anywhere. The Coronavirus threat has led to a surge in the number of people working from their homes. It’s not a normal environment
The no-code movement is taking the internet by storm. If you want to learn how to build apps, websites, and digital products without any coding expertise, this is where to start. The idea behind the no-code movement is to allow non-engineers to build a great product. These are specialized tools to develop anything you want,
There are plenty of resources, both online and offline, designed to show you how to write neatly. Below, you’ll find a list of only the best of the best. The handwriting exercises you’ll learn from these resources, and penmanship practice you’ll gain will straighten out those illegible scribbles of yours in no time at all.
Meet Bob. Bob has read a few magazine articles about wireless gadgets, and occasionally browses the Smart Home section on the MakeUseOf website. Now, he’s smitten. He loves the idea of a smart home and dreams about living in a fully automated house. But there’s a problem: Bob isn’t technologically savvy. He’s not sure how
2016 marks the 400th death anniversary of the world’s favorite playwright. Despite the passing of four centuries, his influence, and people’s ambition to get to know his work, still remains. That’s why we’ve put together this list of top resources to help you learn more about Shakespeare, the times he lived in, and the work he is